Cops Arrested For Collecting Protection Fees From Second Hands Clothes Dealers

Two detectives Collen Taruvinga and Adwell Muvangwa from Mutare Central Police Station appeared in court facing charges of the criminal abuse of office. The two detectives are alleged to have been collecting bribes from illegal second-hand clothes dealers as protection fees.

The two denied the charges and were granted $100 bail each by Mutare magistrate Lazarus Murendo on Wednesday. They were remanded to the 7th of September for trial.

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One Comment on “Cops Arrested For Collecting Protection Fees From Second Hands Clothes Dealers

  1. The new Zimbabwe should do something about this kind of corruption to show the people that we are living in the New Zimbabwe which is against bribery. Its a shame to read about this kind of corruption. Then nothing happens to the thugs because all the system is very corrupt. We trust YOU PRESIDENT. PLEASE change this appalling system

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